Although red flowers are most commonly associated with feelings of love and passion, they can also be used to convey respect, desire, and courage. Our favorite flower species available in red is the rose (of course – these are a classic, but keep in mind that they also come in other colours too!) other red flowers are tulips geraniums and poppies.
The color yellow is primarily associated with spreading happiness and joy, however, it is also the ideal colour for symbolising friendship. With their bright hue and cheery personality, yellow flowers can be used to brighten someones day and increase the positive energy in a room. Some popular yellow flowers are sunflowers, daisies, tulips, roses and lilies
Traditionally used in bridal bouquets or during memorial services, white flowers range in meaning from purity and innocence to sympathy. To relay these messages, we recommend using orchids, daisies, carnations, or one of our favorites – roses.
The soothing blue hues that many flowers possess are said to symbolise tranquility and peace – ultimately, this colour is known to spread feelings of relaxation in order to help people release any negative feelings or feelings of stress! Some blue flowers that you may recognize are morning glories, hydrangeas and cornflowers.
Similar to red flowers, pink flowers have also grown to be a symbol of love, though some other meanings include happiness, gentleness and femininity – this in particular may be why you see so many pink flowers in Mothers Day bouquets. The colour pink can be found in flowers such as roses, lilies, carnations and azaleas.
Orange flowers are bright and bold, and thus, they are known to symbolise feelings of excitement and enthusiasm. Some of the top flowers that are available in orange include lilies, tulips, marigolds and zinnias.
The colour green in nature and green flowers can be associated with rebirth and renewal. Additionally, the color green can also symbolise good health, good fortune and youthfulness. Some green flowers you can use are bells of Ireland, button flowers, green cymbidium orchid and anthurium.
Purple flowers are commonly said to symbolise success and even royalty. Feelings of admiration and tradition may also come through in purple flowers. A few of our favorite purple flower types include clematis, iris, allium and bellflower.
Although purple and lavender may look similar, their meanings differ – lavender flowers typically symbolise grace, elegance and youth. You can find this colour in the following flowers: daisies, orchids, lilacs and petunias.
Closely link to Buddha, this beautiful flower stands for the concept of truth, purity, and perfection as well as immortality.
Known as the King of flowers, these have multiple positive meanings relating to good fortune, wealth, bravery and honour.
Symbols of renewal, beauty, and the fleeting nature of life, appearing in the palest shades of pink, they also reflect kindness, femininity and purity.
A symbol of romance and love, the pink Chrysanthemum flower is the perfect bloom for that special person.
Want to let someone know that you are thinking of him or her? A pansy is a good flower to show that you care.
A special favourite for couples symbolising a bond of love. They only bloom in the coolness of early morning, hence their name.
A sign of humility of gracefulness, also associated with everlasting love.
An enduring symbol of love, beauty and refinement.